Home Sweet Home

For the arts to thrive they need a home — Spark examines the influence of home on institutions around the Bay Area. The San Francisco Conservatory of Music is moving to the Civic Center within sight of the great cultural institutions to which many of their students aspire. Since 1973, Oakland’s Creative Growth Art Center has been a nurturing ground for adults with mental, emotional and physical disabilities. Jared Choclatt brings “Hit it!” for a world premiere at San Francisco’s Lorraine Hansberry Theatre. And, get a tour of ODC‘s new building full of classrooms and rehearsal space furthering this institution’s commitment to fostering dance in the Bay Area.

Home Sweet Home 28 June,2006Spark

In this Episode

Creative Growth Art Center

Investigate the creative impulses at the Creative Growth Art Center where artists with disabilities produce astounding art.

Jared Choclatt

Join Jared Choclatt for the world premiere of "Hit It!" at San Francisco's Lorraine Hansberry Theatre.

ODC Dance

Meet choreographer Brenda Way and get a tour of ODC's new building full of classrooms and rehearsal space.

San Francisco Conservatory of Music

Get a sneak peak at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music's new home on Oak Street.

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